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History of Federal Ridings since 1867



SASKATOON EAST, Saskatchewan (1979 - 1988)


See:SASKATOON--HUMBOLDT (Saskatchewan)(1968 - 1979)

Representation Order, 1976

SASKATOON EAST consisting of: in Ranges 4 to 6, those townships and parts of Townships 35 to 38 lying south and east of the South Saskatchewan River; all said ranges lying west of the 3rd Meridian; together with all Indian Reserves lying within the above-described lands.

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
31 1979/05/22 OGLE, Bob Priest  15,234 36.88% N.D.P. 
MEYERS, Dan Businessman  13,256 32.10% P.C. 
LANG, Otto Emil Cabinet minister  12,631 30.58% Lib. 
HOLTORF, Gary Farmer  117 0.28% S.C. 
NEUFELD, Eric Construction worker  64 0.15% M.-L. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
32 1980/02/18 OGLE, Bob Priest  12,985 34.51% N.D.P. 
MEYERS, Dan Businessman  12,373 32.88% P.C. 
RICHARDSON, Doug Lawyer  11,483 30.51% Lib. 
ARSCOTT, Hugh Life underwriter  728 1.93% N/A 
NEUFELD, Eric Construction worker  63 0.17% M.-L. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
33 1984/09/04 RAVIS, Don Small businessman  17,087 36.92% P.C. 
CLAY, Colin Minister of religion  16,670 36.02% N.D.P. 
RICHARDSON, Doug Lawyer  11,901 25.71% Lib. 
ARSCOTT, Hugh Writer  340 0.73% Rhino 
ROGALA, Roy Graduate student  164 0.35% G.P. 
NEEFS, Germaine Homemaker  123 0.27% C.R.W.P. 

The electoral district was abolished in 1988.


See:SASKATOON--DUNDURN (Saskatchewan)(1988 - 1997)
SASKATOON--HUMBOLDT (Saskatchewan)(1988 - 2015)


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